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Election Saturday Will Decide Key City Races

Election Saturday Will Decide Key City Races

Voters in Central will go to the polls Saturday to elect a new Mayor, Police Chief, and five members of the Central City Central. Incumbent Mayor Mac Watts, Police Chief Doug Browning, and Councilmen Tony LoBue and Louis DeJohn are not seeking reelection. A runoff in the Council races will be held May 3 if [...]

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Read Central City News for March 20, 2014

Read Central City News for March 20, 2014

TOP STORIES IN CENTRAL CITY NEWS: • 2014 Central Election Guide: April 5 Municipal Election • Shelton Mayoral Bid Takes High Road, Stresses City’s Economic Development • Voters Revolt Against Negative Campaign, Say ‘Keep It Positive If You Want to Win’ • Debate Scandal: Candidate Wrote Some of Debate Questions Click here: http://centralcitynews.us/wp-content/uploads/2014/03/CCN-3-20-14-SMALL1.pdf • CPA Board [...]

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CPA Board Records Reveal Freneaux Was Neither a CPA nor ‘Inactive CPA’

When Dave Freneaux announced his candidacy for Mayor of the City of Central on Aug. 22, 2013, he emphasized that he was a CPA.  During his campaign, he referred to himself as a CPA and at other times referred to himself as an “Inactive CPA.”  He also allowed himself to be called a CPA in [...]

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Dr. Tony LoBue Backs Jr. Shelton In Mayor’s Race

Dr. Tony LoBue Backs Jr. Shelton In Mayor’s Race

Four years ago, Dr. Tony LoBue ran first out of nine candidates for the Central City Council.  He received 5,282 votes — 2,000 more votes than either of the two candidates for mayor that year.  Today Dr. LoBue, who is not running for reelection, announced his endorsement of Jr. Shelton for Mayor of Central: “As [...]

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Irregularities in Mayor’s Debate

An investigative report by the Central City News on the Thursday, March 6 mayoral debate at the Central High auditorium showed that • Candidate Dave Freneaux had prior knowledge of some of the questions. • Dave Freneaux actually wrote some of the questions he and Shelton were asked. • Jr. Shelton had no prior knowledge [...]

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Comments on Key Issues by Central Candidates

Here are comments from candidates for Mayor, Police Chief, and City Council in Central’s April 5 municipal elections. These answers are taken from questionnaires the candidates filled out from the Republican Party of East Baton Rouge Parish.  Some candidates chose not to answer questions submitted by the party.  The grid above shows the candidates’ answers [...]

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President to Sign Federal Flood Insurance Legislation

President to Sign Federal Flood Insurance Legislation

Councilman Wayne Messina said Wednesday the Central City Council made a wise decision to delay spending $115,000 on a flood insurance study at last week’s meeting. Councilman Aaron Moak, who proposed the spending, said it was urgently needed. But Councilmen Messina, Tony LoBue, and Ralph Washington voted 3-1 to delay the spending, pending the passage of [...]

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Early Voting March 22-29

Early voting in Central’s April 5 election will be held from Saturday, March 22 to Saturday, March 29 at 222 St. Louis St., 10500 Coursey Blvd., 3851 Essen Lane, and 2250 Main in Baker from 8:30 a.m. to 6 p.m  

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BREC Tax On Ballot April 5th

Voters throughout East Baton Rouge Parish will consider whether to give approval to two property tax renewals for parks and recreation on Saturday, April 5. BREC proposes renewing a 4.1-mill tax, which will impose $150 million in taxes over 10 years and 2.1 mills, which will impose $77.4 million in taxes over 10 years, for [...]

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Voters Revolt Against Negative Campaign, Say ‘Keep It Positive If You Want to Win!’

Voters Revolt Against Negative Campaign, Say ‘Keep It Positive If You Want to Win!’

Mayoral candidate Dave Freneaux is making Central history but not in a way that others may want to duplicate. Freneaux is a running a negative campaign against fellow Republican Jr. Shelton, making personal attacks, charges, and accusations in virtually every speech, article, and Facebook post. But it doesn’t seem to be working. Central’s two prior [...]

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